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'Roseanne' Revial Breaks Records And Scores An Early Renewal, Here's What's In Store For Season 2

Everyone had been on edge about the Roseanne revival. Would it be as good as the original? Would the cast still have that spark? Would it even translate in the year 2018? Well, the first episode was watched by over 18 million people. That's a record breaking number! Roseanne's premiere became the highest-rated sitcom episode in over three years. Fans of the show had been skeptical of the revival, but I guess they decided to give it a chance because everyone seemed to be watching the first episode. There was a little bit of concern that the second episode would

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10 Shows That Weren't Afraid To Get Real With Their Audiences, Even When It Broke Our Hearts

There were a lot of people telling us not to watch too much TV when we were young. I always remember that my Grammie would tell me that if I watched too much TV my eyes would go cross-eyed. But the thing is, watching TV was how we learned a lot of our really big lessons! Growing up in a small town before the internet existed, I tended to miss out on a lot of the big issues that our world had. I was in the self-contained bubble and while it was a nice and safe place to grow up

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90210 Alumi Join Forces To Bring Us Back To West Beverly Hills High School, Well, Sort Of

We all remember watching the original 90210 right? Kelly, Donna and Brenda were the cool kids we were jealous of, and Dylan and Brandon were the loves of our lives. The teens were iconic in the 90s. Everyone wanted to be like them, although none of us actually wanted their drama, but it was always fun to watch. Beverly Hills, 90210 ran from October, 1990 to May, 2000. It was definitely one of the most dramatic shows we watched as young adults. They dealt with everything from teen pregnancy to eating disorders and everything in between. Kelly Taylor was a

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10 Banned Episodes Of Your Favorite Shows That Seem Tame By Today's Standards

American television audiences love two things: shows that push the envelope, and complaining about popular shows that push the envelope.While some episodes of our favorite shows were pulled off the air for racy humor, others were just victims of bad timing. Looking back decades later, it can be hard to believe these 10 episodes were so controversial:1. Seinfeld - "The Puerto Rican Day" One of the highest rated episodes of the hit comedy show was also its most controversial. When Kramer (that incorrigible scamp) accidentally sets a Puerto Rican flag on fire during the annual Puerto Rican Day

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Joss Whedon's "Firefly" Is Getting All New Stories, Because "You Can't Stop The Signal"

So it's been 15 years since Captain Malcolm Reynolds, Zoe Alleyne Washburne, her husband Hoban "Wash" and Jayne Cobb flew through the sky in one of the most captivating cult hits to ever air on television in the early 2000s. Whether it was the sexual tension between Mal and Inara, or the adorable nature of Kaylee that had you coming back for more, Firefly is one of the greatest works from Joss Whedon after his Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel sagas. Firefly was Whedon's creation that was intended to mix a space opera with a Western. Having been a

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11 Years Later, Where's The Cast Of "7th Heaven" Now?

7th Heaven was one of the few shows you could sit and watch as a family growing up. It was a wholesome show that still held our attention for over a decade. We grew up with the characters as they did, and everyone can probably list off five lessons they learned while watching. But now, 11 years after the show ended, what is the cast up to now? Let's start with the women. Catherine Hicks as Annie CamdenCWHicks played one of the best TV moms of all time, showing us that stay-at-home parents do more than just stay at home.

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They Ruled Newport, But Where Are The Cast Of "The O.C." Now?

The O.C. was, and still is, the ultimate teen drama. We fell in love with Ryan Atwood the second we saw him, then we sobbed like infants when Marissa died (this isn't a spoiler, it happened 12 years ago.)TwitterWe invested four years of our lives into Newport Beach, and when it was all over, we felt like a part of us went missing. But those actors didn't just drop off the face of the earth...so what happened to the cast of The O.C.?Autumn Reeser as Taylor TownsendFoxTaylor Townsend wasn't always our favorite, but in season

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13 Forgotten TV Shows Based On Your Favorite Movies

Hollywood's philosophy is that one good turn deserves another, especially when we're talking about movies that gross millions of dollars.That explains why so many hit movies are recycled into TV shows, but as this list shows, the results don't always measure up to the original.1. Ferris BuellerStarcasmLasted for: one seasonOf course the hit movie made a lot of fans, but not many were willing to tune in to this series about Ferris and his everyday adventures. The show gave Jennifer Aniston her start in show business as Ferris's sister Jeannie.Despite the fact that John Hughes refused to

90s

8 Of Your Favorite '90s Childhood Shows Will Be Making A Comeback Soon

We've recently been seeing revivals, reboots, remakes, and spinoffs of some of our favorite childhood shows.In 2017, Hey! Arnold returned on Nickelodeon, a reboot of DuckTales premiered in August, and Riverdale, which is a series based on the characters of Archie Comics, aired on Netflix. There are still some of our favorite childhood shows that deserve to make a comeback, and your countless prayers after those shows ended have finally been answered. 1. Animaniacs Animaniacs WikiEveryone's favorite '90s cartoon variety show was entertaining, educational, and downright hilarious. According to news sources, Warner Bros. is developing a reboot for Animaniacs.

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10 Things About "Home Improvement" That Will Give You More Power

Home Improvement was one of the greatest shows of our generation, giving us Jonathan Taylor Thomas in his prime, and Tim Allen before we knew he was a cocaine trafficker. Washington Times 1. The Right FitDisneyDisney originally wanted Allen to take the leads in Turner and Hooch and Dead Poet's Society, but he turned them down to get his own show. "They offered me two sitcoms: 'Turner & Hooch' or 'Dead Poets Society' in the Tom Hanks role or the Robin Williams role," Allen said. "And I thought they got the wrong guy. I told them, 'I'm the one you saw